Nicole Kidman, 50, overshadows Keith Urban showing her unreal figure in tight black dress


The 50-year-old actress, producer, and singer, Nicole Kidman, wowed fans and critics alike when she appeared on the red carpet wearing a tight-fitting black dress.

On November 19, 2017, Kidman attended the 2017 American Music Awards with her husband of nine years, Keith Urban.

As reported by New Idea, Kidman wore a figure-hugging black velvet Olivier Theyskens dress with thigh-high leather boots. She accessorized with silver and black jewelry.

Her blonde hair cascaded over her shoulders. With her lips in a neutral shade and just a dash of eyeliner on her lids, she kept her makeup to a minimum.

Urban complimented her look by wearing a black Armani jacket over a vest. He completed the look with black leather pants and boots.

As reported by E Online, the Kidman and Urban is preparing for the holidays. The «couple of the night» said they plan to spend as much time together as possible.

«We’re together most of the time as a family.»

Keith Urban, E Online, November 20, 2017.

#NicoleKidman and #KeithUrban at the #AMAS2017

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During the event, they shared an adorable video to Instagram, greeting all their fans. Nicole was in high spirits, as she let out a scream while waving to her fans.

Urban collected three awards at the music ceremony. One for the best country male artist, as well as an award for his album Ripcord, and another for his track Blue Ain’t Your Color.


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Blue Ain’t Your Color was released on August 8, 2016. It is the fourth single from his album, Ripcord, and spent a total of 12 weeks at the top of the charts.

Fans of Kidman can look forward to her upcoming films. She will portray Queen Atlanna in Aquaman, alongside Jason Momoa. The film is scheduled to be released in December 2018.

She is also working on Boy Erased, Destroyer and She Came To Me. All three films are scheduled for 2018 and are currently in pre-production.